Abrams for Governor
  • Atlanta, GA, USA
  • Part Time

OG Fellows

Internship Program

Stacey Abrams is running to be governor of One Georgia. That means more money in families' pockets, helping our communities prosper and giving our children the greatest opportunities to thrive. OG hires motivated, principled candidates who want this not just for Democrats but for every Georgian.

In order to help us to victory, OG is hiring a cohort of diverse, driven professionals seeking to contribute their gifts in this critical moment across all of our departments, including: Scheduling, Data, Political & Advance, Communications, Digital, HR, Operations, Finance, Field and more. We encourage applications from candidates from all backgrounds and work hard to create an environment where everyone on our team feels included, involved in key decisions that affect them and supported in bringing their full selves to work.

What Is The OG Fellows Program?

OG Fellows is a paid-internship program for people interested in deepening their knowledge and engagement with politics, gaining entry into a career in campaigns, and applying their growing skillset to ensure Stacey Abrams is elected as the next governor of the state of Georgia.

Who You Are

We are seeking detail-oriented do-ers with a large capacity to learn and integrate new information quickly and effectively who embody our motto of "How can I help?"

OG Fellows identify as...

  • Organized and high-capacity. Able to manage a high volume of work and meet deadlines.
  • Self-motivated and flexible. Easily adaptable to changes, and works diligently to complete assignments.
  • Responsive and proactive communicator. Asks questions when needed and completes assignments with little to no errors.
  • Resourceful, trustworthy team player. Positive and keeps their work and related materials confidential and knows how to ask the right question when they don't have an answer.
  • Proficient utilizing essential tools. Has a solid knowledge of MS Office and Google Suite along with department-specific tools relevant to your work.
  • Values-aligned and mission-driven. Rooted in integrity and live in a way that reflects AFG's core belief in diversity as a strength and respect for all.

Structure of the Fellowship Program

The structure of the fellowship varies by department and need. Fellowships can be seasonal (i.e., Summer) or long-term positions with the Campaign. If you are in an academic program and are chosen as a Fellow, OG will work with you to fulfill any academic requirements your school might have in order for you to receive credit for your internship.

What differentiates a Fellowship from a regular, permanent position with the campaign is that fellowships are part time and are intentionally structured to attract talent at the entry level who may be just getting their start in politics/campaigns. There is often additional flexibility in terms of scheduling for fellows, who may be juggling academic, familial or other obligations. Fellows receive support from their supervisors and other campaign staff who are committed to their growth and development in the work. This support comes in the form of weekly check-ins, fellows-only trainings and social outings, and a team mentor

10-25 hours a week

Pay: $20/hour

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of the Fellows program, participants will be able to:

  • Leverage standard reports and help craft analyses from campaign software and technology, like NGP VAN
  • Identify the strength of Georgia's diversity amongst its voters
  • Understand how several teams work together across communications, data & technology, fundraising, organizing, political and operations to create a campaign where voters feel seen, heard, and empowered to make a change in their neighborhood
  • Advance their careers across a range of industries by applying their diverse skillsets in ways that strengthen their communities and promote progressive outcomes



Communications Team Fellow

Who You Are

  • An organized and detail-oriented team player
  • Experience writing, editing and proofing communications materials
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, prioritize tasks, and adapt quickly to changes
  • Familiarity with Georgia's media markets is a plus
  • Georgia ties are a plus

What You'll Do

  • Draft written materials, including advisories, newsletters and other communications materials
  • Help compile and update press lists
  • Pitch press on campaign events across Georgia
  • Monitor online conversations and news across the state

Strategy, Targeting & Metrics Team Fellow

Who You Are

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to convey technical concepts to non-technical audiences.
  • Detail-oriented and self-starting with a bias for action.
  • Curious, collaborative, humble and able to maintain a positive attitude in a fast-paced environment.
  • Experience working with data in tabular format (e.g. Excel/Google Sheets).
  • Willing to learn new tools and tackle ambiguous, open-ended projects as necessary.

What You'll Do

  • Support the data team in fulfilling data requests to support the full spectrum of campaign operations, including digital, field, communications, finance, and more.
  • Help build clear, intuitive and automated reports to track our programs and progress.
  • Help perform analyses to understand program trends, strengths, and opportunities for improvement.
  • Additional tasks as directed by senior staff.

Digital Team Fellow

Social Media

Who You Are:

  • Someone with a deep passion for and understanding of social media platforms and how each of the audiences, content and strategies differ
  • A strong writer who knows how to learn and adapt to different voices and platforms
  • Someone who is always staying on top of the latest digital and social trends
  • An effective communicator who can manage many stakeholders and incorporate constructive feedback
  • A passionate individual who is committed to a diverse and inclusive working environment
  • Someone who is familiar with Georgia and is passionate about creating content that reaches diverse audiences across the state

What You'll Do

Support our social media team on copywriting, content creation, data analysis and more.

  • Learn how to write in the voice of Stacey Abrams and Team Abrams/Stacey Abrams HQ and adapt copy to tailor it to each social platform
  • Brainstorm content and copy ideas for both accounts and work with our Social Media Manager and creative team to bring those ideas to life
  • Analyze the performance of content across social media platforms and provide recommendations for how we should adapt our strategy in the future

Digital Fundraising

Who You Are:

  • A strong writer who knows how to learn and adapt to different voices and platforms
  • Experienced or interested in learning HTML and backend production on digital fundraising platforms
  • An analyst who looks at data and provides strategic recommendations for creative and strategy
  • Someone who is always on top of the latest news and digital trends
  • A passionate individual who is committed to a diverse and inclusive working environment
  • A person who can work in dynamic, fast-paced environments
  • A self-starter with strong attention to detail and ruthless proofing ability
  • A strong communicator who can manage many stakeholders and incorporate constructive feedback
  • A passionate individual who is committed to a diverse and inclusive working environment

What You'll Do

Learn best practices for digital fundraising and raise resources to elect Stacey Abrams across emails, texts, ads, websites and other channels by:

  • Write outbound fundraising copy for email and texts
  • Produce emails in our email platform and work in HTML
  • Analyze the performance of email, texts, and ads across platforms and provide recommendations for future strategy
  • Monitor important moments and digital trends to find opportunities for rapid response and innovation

Constituent Services Fellow

Who You Are

  • Excellent writing, editing, researching, and proofreading skills
  • Strong time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously
  • Ability to be self-directed and to work independently
  • Experience using data collection tools and Excel is a plus
  • Strong organizational skills and experience working in collaboration with others

What You'll Do

  • Assist constituent services staff with entering constituent information into our data collection system
  • Assist constituent services staff with keeping tracking of constituent correspondence from the field
  • Research and find new resources around the state that could be helpful for constituents in need
  • Complete other tasks as assigned by the constituent services director

Finance Team Fellow

Who You Are

  • A dedicated team player who embodies our campaign motto "How can I help?"
  • Someone with strong attention to detail who shares a love of spreadsheets and shared drives
  • Excited to jump into a fast-paced campaign and master new skills
  • Looking to learn something new every day and ready to be in the middle of the action
  • Highly organized, communicative collaborative team player who is willing to roll up their sleeves and to get the job done

What You'll Do

  • Learn to use fundraising tools and systems like NGP and ActBlue, among others
  • Gain useful skills and learn how to navigate Canva, FEC, Open Secrets, etc.
  • Assist in updating event trackers, spreadsheets, RSVPs and other database management as needed
  • Support donor prospecting and research
  • Assist in coordinating and tracking events, meetings and meet-and-greets
  • Support the call-time program by confirming donor information, contacts and materials
  • Other duties as assigned

Political & Scheduling Team Fellow

Who You Are

We're seeking a detail-oriented problem solver. Additionally, our ideal candidate will identify as:

  • Exceptionally organized​. The ideal candidate can track and follow a high volume of information/invitations and is comfortable creating order in a chaotic environment.
  • Deadline-driven and responsive. ​The ideal candidate communicates early and often.
  • Mature and trustworthy. ​The ideal candidate has a track record of holding privileged information in close confidence and showing maturity and a positive, solutions-oriented approach.
  • Having a thoughtful lens on race and equity as it impacts our work. ​The ideal candidate understands how voter suppression targets marginalized communities and communities of color and brings a deep value for racial equity and justice to their work.

What You'll Do

  • In partnership with the Scheduling Director, track inbound speaking and event requests for the candidate ensuring all requests are reviewed and responded to timely and with a high quality of customer service.
  • Assist the political, scheduling, and advance team with research necessary to plan trips, itineraries, and create presentations to present this information as needed.
  • Produce detailed, timely research for upcoming meetings and engagements and present clear and concise findings to manager and relevant department heads.
  • Play a gap-filler role, supporting other team initiatives as needed to ensure we deliver against our goals.

Research & Policy Team Fellow

Who You Are

  • Capable of fostering new relationships with the diverse communities that make up Georgia
  • A strong communicator, writer, researcher, and presenter
  • Detail-oriented and data-driven, able to use quantifiable information to create and achieve goals
  • Coursework or experience in law, journalism, or public policy is a plus

What You'll Do

  • Work within the Policy and Research Department
  • Draft and develop content for one-pagers, talking points, issue briefs, related charts and visuals, and presentations to be used with internal or external audiences in support of the Campaign's policy activities
  • Conduct literature reviews, analysis, and online research on priority policy issues
  • Monitor emerging legislation, research, and developments.
  • Perform research in support of campaign strategy.

Disability Engagement & Accessibility Fellow

Who You Are

  • An organized and detail-oriented team player
  • Possess an understanding of disability rights and basic accessibility best practices
  • Flexible and willing to engage with people who use different modes of communication
  • Able to maintain a positive attitude in a fast-paced environment

What You'll Do

  • Help coordinate accommodations for events, both in-person and virtual
  • Assist in managing the disability council
  • Write talking points, briefings, etc. for any disability-related events and/or content
  • Be a thought partner with Director of Disability Engagement & Accessibility to continue to build a progressive and inclusive campaign for the disabled community

To Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter online, naming which department(s) you're interested in being considered for. Applications without both a resume and cover letter will not be considered.

  • Abrams for Governor is an equal opportunity employer. Like the vision of Georgia we are working to build, we are committed to a workplace that supports, respects, and inspires every individual. Hiring processes and decisions are applied without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, training, compensation, termination, and more. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, including candidates of color, new Americans, women, veterans, disabled people, and LGBTQ individuals to apply.
  • All Abrams for Governor staff must be fully vaccinated, including a booster shot, against COVID-19, barring an accommodation for medical or religious reasons. Proof of vaccination will be required before employment begins.
  • All Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the US.
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